All the pieces are in place to develop sustainable and efficient energy in New York state except one: leadership.
Allthough New York is not known as a college town, the city has used higher education as a potent force for economic development.
This non-profit is changing Brooklyn one vegetable at a time.
Black smoke spewing from building tops is not exactly a summertime image -- us New Yorkers like our heating oil issues to emerge at seasonally appropriate times, like Thanksgiving, thank you very much. But after the mayor announced that the city would begin phasing out the two worst kinds of oil by 2030, some buildings figured they better start cleaning up their act -- and soon.
The race to build a top-tier science and engineering school in New York is on. The mayor will convene a private breakfast meeting Tuesday to present the city’s blueprint for a future tech campus. City Hall News reports.
Sharks are nothing new to New York waters, we’ve just forgotten them.
This week on Kickstarter: block parties, George Plimpton...and phytoremediation (using plants to get rid of toxins -- duh).